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Aint So Bad - Outlaws - Lady In Waiting (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

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  1. Ain't So Bad Written-By – B. Jones* A4: Freeborn Man Written-By – K. Allison*, M. Lindsay* A5: Girl From Ohio Written-By – H. Paul* B1: Lover Boy Written-By – H. Thomasson* B2: Just For You Written-By – H. Thomasson* B3: Prisoner Written-By – B. Jones* B4: Stick Around For Rock N' Roll Written-By.
  2. "Lady in Waiting" picked up the reins from the Outlaws recording debut. The LP was released on the Arista label in Starting with the single release "Breaker Breaker" (which just broke into the US Top ) the 5-piece came up with another clutch of catchy country rockers with a nice spread across the genre's spectrum/5(30).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 8-Track Cartridge release of Lady In Waiting on Discogs.
  4. Jan 29,  · Tracklist: Breaker-Breaker South Carolina Ain't So Bad Freeborn Man Girl From Ohio Lover Boy Just For You Prisoner Stick Around For Rock Roll Line-up:: Drums – Monte Yoho Guitar Bass, Bass – Frank O'Keefe .
  5. Lady In Waiting The Outlaws (Southern Rock Band) South Carolina Lyrics. 3. Ain't So Bad Lyrics. 4. Freeborn Man Show all albums by The Outlaws (Southern Rock Band).
  6. Media Format: Cassette, Album, Ecru Cartridge with Textured Rim. The first two feet (12 seconds) of the tape is Good through Very Good+, thereafter it is Near Mint. The cartridge is clean with light wear, it is decent and very doable. The insert is clean. Condition: Tape is Near Mint (NM), Cartridge is Very Good+ (VG+), Artwork is Near Mint (NM).
  7. Download the latest song of Lady in Waiting: Ain't So Bad Site Map | Help | Add to favorites To get full access to the site e.g. deposit funds, download files you have to create an account.
  8. Digitally remastered edition. Lady in Waiting is the second studio album by American southern rock band The Outlaws, released in The album is best known for a cover version of 'Freeborn Man' (previously recorded by Keith Allison and Paul Revere & the Raiders), which the band popularized and which eventually became a concert favorite/5(39).

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